CJAM 99.1 FM, in collaboration with Good Night Out Vancouver present a FREE digital workshop, happening Tuesday July 26th at 2pm.
All Windsor-Detroit bar and venue owners, musicians and bookers, arts organizations, and anyone else looking to learn more about how to create safer spaces at events is welcome.
Good Night Out Vancouver is a non-profit committed to building community capacity to prevent and respond to sexual harassment and sexual assault in all sectors, with a focus on hospitality, music, arts, and night life.
Have questions or accessibility concerns? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last summer, CJAM FM held a similar workshop in collaboration with our friends at Safe Bar Network & we received a really positive response from participants. CJAM FM believes this ongoing community building and learning is so important as we strive to create safe, inclusive spaces for all. With so many events going on this summer & folks emerging into the world again, we thought this was an important conversation to continue.
CJAM 99.1 FM is excited to announce our new Technology Lending Library!
Supported by the Government of Canada, Foundations of Canada, and the Windsor-Essex Community Foundation, CJAM FM will now have technology items to rent out to our community members, including ~ laptops ~ tablets ~ at home microphone kits ~ DJ controllers ~ Go-Pro cameras ~ access to industry-standard recording software
With COVID still presenting barriers to access, CJAM FM will now have equipment available for rent to our Windsor-Essex community members! Purchasing technology has been a struggle for campus/community radio across Canada and this grant has given the station a tremendous boost in being able to outreach to even more volunteers – increasing the number of new voices on the airwaves.
Additionally, visiting CJAM & our space on the University of Windsor campus isn’t always easy so bus passes will be available to lower the transportation barrier.
Need further assistance? Have questions? Email Station Manager Carley Schweitzer (she/her) info.cjamfm @ gmail dot com
Learn more about the DWBIA Art Alley, including the lampshade art instillation featuring CJAM’s own Talysha Bujold-Abu, CJAM logo designer Julia Hall, and local artists Kiki Symoné, Tony Castro, and Ostoro Petahtegoose at the link below. https://www.downtownwindsor.ca/art-alley/
CJAM 99.1 FM is thrilled to be a part of this wonderful initiative, funded by Community Foundations of Canada, the Canada Healthy Communities Initiative grant, and facilitated by the Windsor-Essex Community Foundation.
Through support from the All-Star Gaming Association at the All-Star Gaming Centre, CJAM 99.1 FM has been able to make some major upgrades to our live-on-air studio! With this funding, we have been able to purchase a new board. Our volunteers and staff can now use industry standard broadcasting equipment every single day and with this advancement, we will be able to host four microphones, where previously we only had access to three, increasing the amount of voices on air. The equipment also has the ability to connect to laptops and tablets, a function that was not previously available with our 20+ year old equipment.
Staying up-to-date and relevant in the quickly changing world of technology has been a struggle for campus/community radio stations across Canada. The staff and volunteers at CJAM 99.1 FM couldn’t be more excited to use our new equipment knowing we will be broadcasting at an expert level for years to come! We’ll be making the switch on May 28th & May 29th so please bear with us as we go through some changes.
Kojak the Dog & the CJAM FM team thank you for your continued support <3
On December 22nd 2021 CJAM will be celebrating our 12th annual Joe Strummer Day radio marathon where we strive to put a focus on poverty, homelessness, and call the community to action in the Windsor-Detroit areas and beyond.
~Time Warp Edition~ Starting at midnight on the 19th anniversary of Strummer’s death, we’ll be digging back into our archives for some prime material from year’s past PLUS a sprinkling of new interview + music content.
Keep an eye on our social medias @CJAM FM on Instagram + Twitter! We’ll be showcasing local initiatives and organizations who could really use your help this season AND all-year long.
Terrestrially, the broadcast can be heard at CJAM 99.1 FM in Windsor-Detroit. Online + worldwide you can stream us via the iHeartRadio web page or app or turn your television to Cogeco Cable channel 285. Find our full 24hr schedule below
MIDNIGHT to 2AM: Joe Strummer Day Kickoff! Station Manager Carley Schweitzer kicks off Joe Strummer Day with rare cuts from Joe Strummer & The Clash, and an overview of what CJAM has in store for the rest of the marathon.
2am – 4am: Songwriters Fest LIVE @ Rondo // 2016 4am – 5am: The Trip! // 2014 5am – 6am: All in a Day’s Work // 2016 6am – 8am: RevRock & Tymon Dogg // 2016 8am – 8:30am: Handi Link: Poverty & Disability 8:30am – 9am: Syrian Immigration Issues // 2014 9am – 10am: Girlie So Groovie // 2020 10am – 11am: Art & Activism // 2020 11am – 12pm: Swamped w/ Lix 12pm – 2pm: Mattu Mid-Day 2pm – 4pm: Bradio Clash 4pm – 5pm: Magna Carta: Law & Poverty // 2018 5pm – 7pm: Clash Rarities w/ Willy Wilson // 2017 7pm – 8pm: The Future is Written // 2018 8pm – 10pm: Revolution Rock // 2020 10pm – MIDNIGHT: Joe Strummer Day Closer w/ Lix!
Concerts, house shows, and house parties are beloved because they allow people to connect while creating a fun atmosphere where people can relax, enjoy themselves, socialize, and celebrate. The reality however, is that on any given day, employees or attendees of these settings may see people who are uncomfortable, or unsafe while not knowing how to help.
This month, CJAM 99.1 FM is partnering with the SAFE Bar Network for a ~free~ online workshop. How to Have aSAFE Night Out will be taking place on Wednesday August 11th at 6pm EST on Zoom. Join an open conversation about safety, and the entertainment industry – and it’s relationship with alcohol, sexual harassment and misconduct.
learn how to …
notice concerning behaviour
active bystander skills
create a comfortable, safe, and fun atmosphere that everyone deserves
As concerts, house shows, house parties, and clubs pick back up, let’s work together to perpetuate a culture that is comfortable for all. Registration is FREE and open to everyone. No prior experience required.
No prior experience is required. Thank you in advance for joining this crucial conversation. If you have any questions or accessibility needs please contact Digital Concert & Webinar Coordinator Jill (she/her) at email@example.com
is on the air right now! Call 519-971-3630 in Windsor or 1-855-344-2526 in Detroit or drop us an email to let your voice be heard.